Miss Scarlet, in the Lounge, with the Rope: What Clue Taught Me About Gender
Being a girl meant minimizing myself and my needs, but Miss Scarlet embodied glamour, power and possibility in an unapologetically femme package.
Are you serious? How was that okay?
they/themStone Butch Blues
Ray Stoeve is the author of the young adult novels Between Perfect and Real and Arden Grey, both Junior Library Guild Gold Standard Selections. They also contributed to the young adult anthology Take The Mic: Fictional Stories of Everyday Resistance. They received a 2016-2017 Made at Hugo House Fellowship and created the YA/MG Trans and Nonbinary Voices Masterlist, a database that tracks all books in those age categories written by trans authors about trans characters. When they’re not writing, they can be found gardening, making art in other mediums, or hiking their beloved Pacific Northwest.
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